Originally Posted by dylan1991
wow just went and looked at the app... $10 on Android
I'll stick to writing down coordinates and printing out maps lol
I did look on the webpage again and I saw that there are icons beside it that indicate what's in the cache!
For Android Phones you can download "C:Geo" as that is a free app and comparable , if not better than the official $10 app. Iphone people are out of luck
A buddy of mine got me into Geocaching earlier this year when he came to visit from Arizona. I was AMAZED at how many caches are around me. There is even one hidden in some off road trails about 2 minutes from my house that I never knew existed. Great excuse to take my new jeep on the trails,lol.
Anyway's , I really like geocaching and as a newbie to geocaching I found it pretty cool the way some are hidden , for example I was looking for one in a parking lot and my phone kept bringing me to some tree's and a lightpost in a parking lot. The geocache was actually a magnetic square cover that looked like it was screwed into the lightpost to access the inside wiring,lol. It took me about 20 minutes to figure it out because I kept looking in the tree's.
It seems wherever I go if I open the app there is something hidden somewhere close to wherever I may be,very cool. I did finally hide one myself this year while kayaking and I placed it under a bridge. Only way to get that one is to be in a kayak or canoe,lol. Someone found it and logged it the very next day. My username is Drown021 on geocaching.com also.
If you haven't tried it , I recommend it.